In our agile project, we have one board only: Procure Scrum Board. We do not share issues with any other project. Yet when I click "View on Board" (or via more menu) it says the issue appears on other boards also:
Only Procure Scrum Board is valid, and if I choose any of the others, it takes me to an empty board. Our issue ids are unique to our projects, so I don't see how this could happen.
Projects and boards are different and separate things. Projects contain issues. Boards are a view of a selection of issues. That selection is done by a filter, and you can use any filter you want.
Assuming your Proc-205 is supposed to appear on Procure scrum board, and that board is selecting by saying "project = Proc", that's fine. But B2B Design may well have a filter that says "or where component = 'Mr Flibble'" and Proc-205 has that component set. Or gsf-test might have a filter "assigned to Dave" and Proc-205 is currently assigned to Dave.
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